Haley Hudler ’13 joins FIRE Foundation
Haley Hudler ‘13, political science major, with a minor in English literature, is a research and program associate for FIRE, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
Hudler graduated cum laude. While at Denison, Haley worked as a teaching assistant for the Constitutional Law class and served as the captain of the Moot Court team, qualifying for and placing in several national tournaments.
Following graduation, Haley worked first as a Constituent Relations Representative in the Capitol Hill office of Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN). She then transitioned to the role of Education Research Assistant on Senator Alexander’s staff for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, where she focused on both K–12 and higher education policy. Haley attributes her passion for freedom of expression to her journalist parents and grandparents, as well as her experience interning with the Newseum Institute’s First Amendment Center.